Barack Obama just doesn’t get it. He never has.
After video surfaced of four black thugs torturing a special needs white man, lefties refused to label the act a hate crime.
Video below shows White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest refusing.
Obama’s thoughts on what happened? He says race relations are better in America.
President Barack Obama on Thursday broke his silence on the shocking case of four black perpetrators torturing a mentally disabled white man, saying the video appears to show “horrific hate crimes.”
The four suspects, who have since been identified and charged with multiple felonies and hate crimes, were heard on video shouting “f*** Donald Trump” and “f*** white people” as they tortured the victim.
CPD Arrested and Charged all four offenders with Hate Crime, as well as other charges, from West Side kidnapping and attack. Presser@2:15 pic.twitter.com/EoYnluf573
— Chicago Police (@Chicago_Police) January 5, 2017
Here’s what Obama said about the shocking attack in full context:
I promise you, for the most part, race relations have gotten better. But I think what we have seen over the last several years, when it comes to tensions between police and communities, the internet, the horrific hate crimes that we appear to have seen on Facebook.
When asked for his reaction to the case, Obama replied, “Oh, it’s terrible.”
“So part of what technology allows us to see now is the terrible toll that racism and discrimination and hate takes on families and communities,” he added. “But that’s part of how we learn and how we get better. We don’t benefit from pretending that racism doesn’t exist and hate doesn’t exist.”
— ABC News (@ABC) 5 января 2017 г.